Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 5
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Fathering rites Thursday at St. Joe The Rev. Francis lllg, 63, of Ogdefi and formerly of St. Joe, died Saturday at a Bootie hospital. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at Ogden and another service was at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph's church with burial at St. Joe. Father lllg fell about a week before his death, breaking some ribs, Death was due to pneumonia, He is survived by two sisters at Bancroft, Mrs. Henry Zeimet and Mrs. Frank Droessler, and a brother, Arthur lllg, St. Joe. Father lllg was born July 30, 1901 at St. Joe, the son of Mr. and Mrs. George lllg. He was ordained a priest in April, 1932 at Sioux City and had served as an assistant pastor at Granville and as pastor at Oto and Mallard before going to Ogden as pastor 12 years ago. Ex-Ledyard man, 45, dies in Wisconsin A former Ledyard man, Lorenz H. Nitz, 45 of Brandon, Wis., died last Saturday of a heart attack while at work as an inspector in a cheese factory. Funeral services were held Monday in Wisconsin and Wednesday at the St. Paul's Luther an church in Lakota with Rev. Paul Ofstedal officiating. Burial was in the Swea City cemetery. He was born June 14, 1919 at Lakota, the son of Mr and Mrs L. A. Nitz of Lakota, who survive. He went to school at Ledyard and was married to Maxine Dorsey of that town on Aug. 24, 1941. She survives as well as two daughters: Barbara of Fon du Lac, Wis., and Peggy Sue, at home. Also surviving is a brother, Paul of Ledyard, and a sister, Mrs Howard Jensen. Fire film shown at (t*w«) ADVANCE-S THURSDAY, MARCH 11,196$ ty in case of fire. It showed how to evacuate patients and Use fire extinguishers. In order to show the film to all, it was shown twice. A question and answer period followed. When that weather warms he will show each employee how to use an extinguisher on a bonfire in the yard. Two Kosinlh wrestlers help SDSU lo crown MICK HURLBURT MIKE KAIN Two Kossuth county wrestlers, Mike Kain, Algona, and Mick Hurlburt, Swea City, helped South Dakota State win the 1965 North Central Conference team wrestling championship at Brookings, S. D. last weekend. Hurlburt, who never wrestled in nigh school, won second place in the heavyweight division while Kain finished third in the 157-pound class. South Dakota State won six first, two seconds and two thirds. Car hits bridge north of Algona nursing home Ralph Elbert, fire chief, showed* a thirty minute film at the Good Samaritan Home Monday afternoon to 33 employees and Mr. and Mrs. Nasby. The film, from the Iowa department of health, dealt with hospital safe- A car driven by Gregory Hatch, 17, Algona, struck the bridge just east of the 18 and 169 intersection north of Algona Friday night and the 1958 machine was a total loss. The car was owned by Duane Jensen, Algona. Hatch received a scratched right leg and arm. He told authorities he lost control when he saw another car on the bridge and attempted to slow down. There was considerable ice and snow on the highway at the time. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood investigated and no charges were filed. In another accident last week, a truck operated by Alvin An dreason, Burt, backed into a car owned by Charles A. Schro eder, Correctionville, at the Burt Co-Operative Elevator last Thu rsday afternoon The car had a bout $200 in damage. Andreasor said he didn't see the car be cause of blowing snow. Marsha W. H. Steward checked the ac cident. , Elmera's MARKET DAY SALE at tht E. J. ButUr Lot in Elmore MONDAY, MARCH 15 — 12:30 p.m. 8 TRACTORS — I960 Minneapolis-Moline GVI Diesel Tractor, wide front, hydraulic, power steering; 1961 Minneapolis- Moline M-5 Diesel Tractor, wide front, dual hydraulic, power steering; 1958 Minneapolis-Moline 5-Star Diesel Tractor, new motor new rear end, wide front, PS; 1956 Massey-Harris 333 Gas Tractor, hydraulic and live power, dual range transmission; 1954 Cockshutt Model 50 Gas Tractor, wide front, live power; 1947 John Deere Model A tractor, power lift; 1955 Alhs-Cnalmers Model WD 45, wide front, extra good tires, in excellent condition; 1953 McD Model Super H, good; excellent tires. PLANTERS — 2 John Deere 494 Corn Planters, with double disk dry fert., insecticide and with rubber press wheels; 1 John Deere 490 Corn Planter, dry fert.; 3 John Deere 490 Corn Planters; 1 Minneapolis-Moline 4-row Corn Planter, dry fertilizer attachment; 1 Minneapolis-Moline 2-row Planter with dry fertilizer attachment; 1 IHC 4-row Corn Planter; 1 Fertilizer Attachment for - Deere 777 H 4-16 Plow, trip bottom; 1 John Deere 666 H 4-16 Plow, trip bottom; 2 John Deere 66 H 4-16 Plows; 2 John Deere 55 H 3-14 Plows; 1 IHC 2-14 Plow; 1 Alhs- Chalmers 3-14 Hydraulic Plow; 1 Minneapolis-Moline 3-16 Plow. ELEVATORS — 1 Kelly Ryan 36 ft. 2-wheel Elevator; 1 Little — 1 Cockshutt 4-row Cultivator for Cockshutt mod 50 tractor; 1 Allis-Chalmers 4-row Cultivator, new style will fit either WD 45 or D 17; 1 John Deere 400 4-row Cultivator; 1 John Deere 4200 4-row Cultivator for wide front JD 60; 1 Minneapolis-Moline 4-section Rotary Hoe; 1 Champion 4-section Rotary Hoe- 1 General Implement 4-section Rotary Hoe. FIELD CULTIVATORS - 1 John Deere 10-ft, Field Cultiva tor on rubber; 1 John Deere 10-ft. Field Cultivator, on steel; 1 ' RAKES -fcoop PTO Rake on rubber; 1 Minnesota HAMMERMILL) — i *va»u» Model C PTO Hammermill; 1 MinneapoSSne PTO Hammermill; 1 Mowers PTO Hammer mi 1-1 John Deere 10-in. Stationary Hammermill SHELLERS — 1 Ottawa Trailer Shelter, PTO drive with drags; 1 IHC Cylinder Shelter; 2 John Deere No. 6 Shelters with — 1 1953 Massey Harris No. 1 Baler with motor; 14T PTO Baler. CUKN r.CKERS — 1 Oliver 2-row pull-type Picker; I J. L rase Model 425 2-row mounted Corn Picker with mountings for IHO Ml New Idea Model 20 2-row mtd. Corn Picker; 1 MUs- Smer Sl 2row rSnfed Corn Picker; 1 John Deer 227 Mounted Shs^"Ba! THS l ass 9 ft. head, 5 1 fflkeT With motors; J959 J D. 45 Combine f. Hums reel, straw, chop. No. 10 Corn head, quik '• TRUCKS - 1950 Ford Pickup % Ton Truck; J956 Ford Pickup % Ton Truck. i- J- iUTtil „- _ , B1 __ . W#d«l i §liit A M?»- Firit Nttisnil ft*nk/ flmsre, Clerk OUR IRISH IS UP. ..OUR PRICES ARE DOWN POLICY Yeu Cart Be Sure When You Shop PARS- WAY, that You Will Get The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All The Lowest Prices For Equal QUALITY. You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY. Prices Effective March 11 Thru March 17 DOLE CRUSHED, TIDBITS, and CHUNK Pineapple 1.00 No. 211 C Cans * SWANSDOWN Cake Mixes 1.00 GRADE "A" FRESH WHOLE $ FRYER Ib CUT UP FRYERS - Lb. 33c Ya! Hoo! Kids! PLUS DEPOSIT Mountian Dew FANCY CENTER CUT — FRESH CUT Six Pack HEINZ Ketchup 20 Oz. Bottle HEINZ 57 Sauce _ 4% 4% • WISCONSIN AGE: 8 oz. bottle 33C ! CHEDDAR HALIBUT 5 Ib ENDS & PIECES - Lb. 39c WISCONSIN AGED — FINE FLAVOR CARNATION INSTANT Powdered Milk 8 Qt. Box CAMPBELL'S LENTEN SOUPS HORMEL'S — OLD FASHIONED SLAB Cream of Mushroom 2 Tall Cans 33C Vegetarian Vegetable 2 Tall Cans 25C Sliced or Chunk IT'S NEW FROM BETTY CROCKER POTATOBUDS 16 O/; Pkg. GENERAL MILLS KIDDIE SALE Wheaties or Cheerios for 89 ( For St. Patrick's Day PLAIN or GARLIC FLAVOR ORNED BEEF 10'/? Oz. Pkg;. MIX OR MATCH FARM KIST DRIED APRICOTS 3 Pkgs. $100 Fresh Ground BEEF B A BIG VALUE PROCTOR AND BAMBLE SALE Clean 22 Oz. Bottle Spic&Span Giant Box IVORY 22 Oz, Bottle NABISCO HONEY GRAHAMS 1 Lb. Box FOLGER'S COFFEE Lb, Can NESTLES QUIK 2 Lb. Can GREEN GIANT CORN 4 Pack No, 303 Cans FLORIDA WHITE Grapefruit 10 39c B — ^ ^^^^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^^.^^ FASTCO — ALL FLAVORS Ice Cream 2 Half Gals, GULF KIST BREADED Round SHRIMP 10 Oz. PUg. FASTCO UTTER lb Inch's Chocolate Peanuts Lb. Bag —r£ I N C O R PP R AT E D . I ( ONOM1CAJL FOOD

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